Press center for National Day celebrations inaugurated

The Ministry of Information and Communications in coordination with the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the High Command of Safeguards under the Ministry of Public Security yesterday inaugurated a press center in Hanoi where international and local reporters can make report of the event to mark  August Revolutionary Day and National Day (September 2).
 
The center will receive international and local reporters who will release information of the anniversary celebration and parade to mark the two important events in Ba Dinh Square and some streets in Hanoi tomorrow. As scheduled, around 550 media organizations, including 50 international newspapers, television channels and news agencies, will release news of the event.
 
Today, a delegation comprising leaders and former leaders of the country and the capital city of Hanoi attended an incense lighting ceremony at President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and  National Martyr Monument. Tomorrow, the parade will be held in the Ba Dinh Square and some lifeline streets in Hanoi in the morning. The parade will be live broadcast in Vietnam Television and the Voice of Vietnam
 
Army forces, veterans, workers, farmers, businesspersons, young men and women and people from ethnic minority groups will participate in the parade tomorrow. After the march, there will be musical and artistic programs performed by well-known artists, actors and students of art schools.
 
Leaders from the Party Central, Government, the Vietnam Fatherland Front, veterans, heroes of the people's armed forces, labor heroes and Vietnamese hero mothers and representatives from ministries and agencies will attend the important meeting

By Tran Binh – translated by Uyen Phuong

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